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The S&P/ASX 200 Index advanced 1.2 per cent, or 81.5 points, to 6687.1.

Sinking Nuix sits out tech stock rally as ASX firms 1.2pc

The S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 1.2 per cent to 6687.1 on Monday. Nuix fell 13 per cent to 63.5¢, and Whitehaven Coal rose 5.2 per cent to $5.90.

  • Vesna Poljak

Why ANZ’s $4.5b MYOB acquisition plan always looked a non-starter

ANZ’s pursuit of Suncorp gave it a nice reason to pull the pin on a planned $4.5 billion deal for MYOB.

  • Adir Shiffman
Refundid was founded by Joel Aaron, Ilan Kessler, Brad Karney, and Judd Katz.

Refundid shakes off BNPL doubts to raise $12m

The instant refunds start-up has closed a $12 million funding round, despite increasing concerns that the Afterpay-led short-term finance sector’s time in the sun has passed.

  • Tess Bennett
Scotiabank’s Derek Holt calls this Thursday’s ECB meeting a “seminal” moment for European policymakers.

ASX to rise as RBA, BHP and ECB top agenda

Australian shares are set to open higher after a rally overseas as US rate bets eased and data pointed to its economy’s resiliency. Iron ore fell below $US100.

  • Timothy Moore
Perennial’s Ryan Sohn oversaw the best performing strategy in 2021-22.

Top fund managers warn more pain ahead for equities, iron ore

“I’m very firmly in the ‘we’re nowhere near the bottom’ camp,” said Bronte Capital’s John Hempton, whose hedge fund was one of the best performers of 2021-22.

  • Emma Rapaport

This Month

Citigroup shares leapt more than 14 per cent after it posted a smaller-than-expected 27 per cent drop in quarterly profit.

Dow rallies more than 650 points on positive data, financials

Shares advanced broadly in New York on tempered rate and inflation expectations as well as better-than-expected retail sales and solid banking results.

  • Timothy Moore
Neighbourhoods locked down in Shanghai on Sunday.

Chinese growth scare puts global growth on edge

The Chinese economy contracted 2.6 per cent quarter-on-quarter, reducing its annual growth to just 0.4 per cent.

  • Vesna Poljak

ASX falls 1.1pc on week, Rio Tinto warns on demand

Australian shares closed 0.7 per cent lower on Friday and were down 1.1 per cent on the week as mining heavyweights tumbled amid a fall in iron ore and copper prices.

  • Emma Rapaport
The spot price of iron ore is on the verge of falling below $US100 a tonne, marking a continual sharp reversal.

ASX to drop, Wall St falls, iron ore tumbles

Australian shares are set to fall at the open amid broad selling in New York on weak bank earnings and rising recession worries.

  • Timothy Moore
The S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 0.4 per cent to 6650.6, up 29 points on Thursday.

Rare bright day for tech stocks lifts ASX 0.4pc

The S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 0.4 per cent to 6650.6. Lake Resources fell 10.4 per cent to 60.5¢ and Bega Cheese dropped 8.5 per cent to $3.25.

  • Vesna Poljak
A lithium mine in South America. Short seller J Capital and Lake Resources are at loggerheads over the viability of its technology

Lake Resources hits back at short report, shares hit

Shares in Lake Resources have recovered from an initial plunge after it emerged from a two-day trading halt.

  • Jonathan Shapiro
Steve Smith was a brand ambassador for Trade360.

ASIC forces closure of trading house spruiked by Steve Smith

The business will wind up by the end of the month and former executives will be banned for eight years.

  • Max Mason
Wall Street was mixed in the wake of June’s CPI report.

ASX set for muted open, Wall St lower on rate rise threat

Australian shares are set to open flat with US stocks lower in the wake of another shock inflation report. Jobs data at 11.30am AEST.

  • Timothy Moore

ASX firms 0.2pc as Qantas shares rally with drop in oil

The S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 0.2 per cent to 6621.6. Woodside Energy fell 2.9 per cent to $30.10 and Qantas gained more than 4 per cent to $4.42.

  • Vesna Poljak
Oil was slammed overnight, with futures tumbling on renewed global recession worries.

ASX to open flat, Wall St falls on oil, inflation worry

Australian stocks are set to open little changed, with sentiment dented by late selling in New York as oil fell and CPI nerves frayed. Bitcoin below $US20,000.

  • Timothy Moore
Iron ore prices fell as China renewed efforts to enforce its COVID-19 zero policy.

ASX to rise, $A drops, Wall St lower on earnings angst

Australian shares are set to open higher. In contrast, tech stocks paced the Nasdaq down. The Aussie falls below US67.50¢. Iron ore slumps below $US108.

  • Timothy Moore
Shares were in the red on Monday, led by EML.

EML’s woes deepen, tipping ASX to a 1.1pc loss

The S&P/ASX 200 Index dropped 1.1 per cent to 6602.2. EML Payments fell 24.6 per cent and Costa Group 8 per cent. Iron ore futures dropped 4.7 per cent to $US107.60.

  • Vesna Poljak

ASX to edge up, RBNZ decision, US CPI, June jobs top agenda

Australian shares are set to rise 0.3 per cent though a policy and data heavy week could dent sentiment. The $A is steady. Oil retakes $US105 a barrel.

  • Timothy Moore
Tyro chief executive Robbie Cooke resigned last month.

Wage pressure, inflation to keep Tyro in the doldrums

Things couldn’t get much worse for the payments company Tyro – the recent resignation of its CEO Robbie Cooke is just the latest in a series of headwinds.

  • Yolanda Redrup

Markets brace for more red-hot US inflation data

Australian shares are set for a cautious opening on Monday as investors keenly watch US data, which is expected to show inflation rose to a fresh 40-year high in June.

  • Alex Gluyas